There are 23 MASYAP youth groups who meet two-four times a month. They are made up of both HIV positive and HIV negative girls aged 12-24. Workshops to help increase understanding of HIV/AIDS are run, as well as organised sports trainings in both netball and cricket.
MASYAP’s 28 women’s support groups meet regularly and are made of both HIV positive and HIV negative women. Frequent workshops are run for the women in these groups relating to issues surrounding HIV/AIDS.
Last year’s World AIDS Day was conducted under the theme ‘Ending HIV/AIDS Epidemic: Resilience and Impact’ worldwide. This day is commemorated on 1st of December each year. As a Muslim-led HIV/AIDS organisation in Malawi, MASYAP set aside Saturday, 12th December
MASYAP received a donation of cash amounting to MK2,000,000 to be donated to the orphans that are raised by Women MASYAP members. All beneficiaries of the donation were invited to MASYAP office with their guardians and a chairlady from each
MASYAP launched its Threads Of Care project in collaboration with Scottish based World Care Foundation on 2nd November 2020. We opened a tailoring centre with 10 women tailors from the MASYAP Women and Youth support groups. The project is aimed
The microfinance team made follow-up visits to four support groups to see how the women are copying with the COVID-19 pandemic. The women are straggling to make enough profits for their savings accounts. Most of the money that is being
In the month of August, 45 women from 9 MASYAP support groups were trained in readiness for their new microfinance loan cycle. The training was conducted by two trainers in MASYAP office from August 18th to August 19th. The training
MASYAP received a donation of 983 well packed beef packs during the Eid al-Adha celebration from World Muslim League on Sunday, 2nd August, 2020. The beef packs were distributed to 30 MASYAP support groups which comprised of both women and
MASYAP received a donation from World Care Foundation to be distributed as zakat amounting to MK2,848,000 to 469 women members in all support groups with the aim of providing support to most vulnerable members and celebrate the upcoming Eid with
MASYAP conducted follow-up visits to nearby businesses (around limbe) both and women and youth support groups to see how all members that are on the microfinance loan program are progressing in their businesses. Women The women are progressing well with
World Muslim League and Road –To-Relief Food Parcel Donation MASYAP received a donation of 400 food parcels from World Muslim League in collaboration with Road-To-Relief. The food parcels were distributed on 17th and 18th of April 2020 to both youth
Mai Aisha Sisters and Youth AIDS Programme (MASYAP) received a donation of 171 parcels from World Care Foundation. The parcels were distributed to 171 selected MASYAP most vulnerable members. Among the beneficiaries were the HIV positive members who most are